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We invite our partners and community members to join us all year long in activities and actions we can collectively take to prevent sexual and domestic violence in Alaska.  Each day of the
year is an opportunity to create postive change for the future.
If you are a victim or survivor of sexual assault or domestic violence, please contact the agencies and services listed below. 
It is NOT your fault. You are NOT alone.
Help is available 24/7.

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CDVSA Welcomes new Board Member Elizabeth Jerue
Ms. Jerue was appointed to the newly created Alaska Native Tribal public seat.  Ms. Jerue is currently the Tribal Government and Justice Division Deputy Director at Tanana Chiefs Conference in Fairbanks, providing program oversight, creating and implementing budgets, and provides technical assistance to 37 federally recognized tribes.  We are excited to have Elizabeth join the CDVSA team.  

CDVSA is Recruiting for one (1) new Public Board member
This position is a general public member position and is vacant as of October 20th, 2023. 

Public members can not be state employees or work for agencies providing services, prevention and/or referral to victims of DVSA.

If you are interested in this position you can apply to Boards and Commissions at:  Apply for a Board Appointment - Mike Dunleavy (
Learn about Primary Prevention Programming in Alaska
CDVSA Regulations Available for Review & Comment  Comment Period has closed.
CDVSA has completed draft revised regulations for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Program Standards (13 AAC 90.010 – 13 AAC 90.190) and Grants Programs (13 AAC 95.010 – 13 AAC 95.900).  These two regulations packets, along with a Best Practices Guide, are now publicly noticed and available for review. Information and documents are available at Notice of Proposed Changes on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Program Standards and Grant Programs in the Regulations of the Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault - Alaska Online Public Notices (

 CDVSA and the UAA Justice Center have released the results of the 2020 Alaska Victimization Survey (link to media release attached).  The AVS is a quinquennial survey   conducted three times in, 2010, 2015 and 2020.  To review the results of the 2020 Survey, as well as previous surveys go to  Alaska Victimization Survey (AVS) | Justice Center | University of Alaska Anchorage.  A copy of the AVS 2020  final report is available at 2020 Statewide Alaska Victimization Survey Final Report.